Today's American: How Free?
James Finn, Leonard R. Sussman
Freedom House, 1986 - Political Science - 178 pages
Trustees and staff of Freedom House address different aspects of the challenge posed by the title of this book, examining vital domestic and foreign policy issues. From a perspective provided by the last forty-five years they provide responses, sometimes surprising and disconcerting, to the question posed by the book's title. The result is this exciting volume. Contributors: John W. Riehm; Max M. Kampelman; Philip van Slyck; Bayard Rustin; Zbigniew Brzezinski; Sidney Hook; Burns W. Roper; Leonard R. Sussman; John Diebold; Leo Cherne; James Finn; Paul Seabury; and Morton M. Kondracke.
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